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The amount of incentives for the implementation of energy efficiency (EE) and renewable energy sources (RES) measures in the non-ETS industry in 2017 could not be estimated, as the available data are insufficient and do not reflect the actual situation, or the supported projects are still being implemented.


The share of RES in the use of fuels in the non-ETS industry amounted to 18.7 % in 2017. The share decreased for the third consecutive year, this time by 5.5 % compared to the year before, with the decrease being the result of both an increase in the fuel consumption by almost 4 % and a reduction in the use of RES by 2 %. The achieved RES share lagged 0.3 percentage points behind the indicative annual target value. If a similar downward trend continues in the future, the share of RES in 2020 will be more than 6 percentage points below the target.


After the increase in the years 2014−2016, the emissions of F-gases caused by leaks from equipment decreased by 9 % in 2017. In the future, further reduction is expected as a result of a more intensive limitation of F-gases on the EU market. The target value of the OP GHG is only indicative because multiple amendments were made after the adoption of the OP GHG.


The amount of deposited biodegradable waste declined rapidly before 2013, then the reduction stopped. In the years 2016 and 2017, the quantity again considerably decreased as a result of the construction of infrastructure for mechanical biological treatment of waste before disposal. In the years 2016 and 2017, the quantity was significantly lower than the target in 2020. The main measures by which the reduction of the quantities of deposited biodegradable waste was achieved was the separate collection of waste and the mechanical biological treatment of mixed municipal waste.